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Corrosion of Conformity - Live Volume (DVD5) (2001) I
NFO: Founded by three teenagers in Raleigh, North Carolina in 1982, Corrosion of
Conformity began as an underground band and went on to transform heavy
music, challenging boundaries and serving as what Decibel Magazine
called “a crucial stylistic lynchpin in the bridge between metal and
punk” that “irrevocably reshaped crossover’s sonic possibilities.”
Thirty years and many changes later, COC’s original trio is back with a
self-titled release for London-based independent Candlelight Records.
“Corrosion of Conformity isn’t a comeback album or an example of
diminishing returns,” Invisible Oranges observed. “It’s a testament to
immense talent and the elusive endowment of staying power.”
In the summer of 2010, COC’s founding members—bassist/vocalist Mike
Dean, drummer/vocalist Reed Mullin and guitarist Woody
Weatherman—gathered at Weatherman’s farm in Virginia to get to work
again after a five-year hiatus. With longtime vocalist/guitarist Pepper
Keenan busy working with metal supergroup Down back home in New Orleans,
COC began playing together as a three-piece for the first time since
That’s the same lineup behind 1985’s Animosity, widely considered a
crossover classic. While the trio re-visited songs from that album and
1987’s Technocracy, this was not just an exercise in nostalgia, and they
soon began writing new material.
“It was a little strange at first but pretty quickly it felt like we hadn’t missed a beat,” recalled Dean.
After touring the U.S. and Europe with bands including Goatsnake and
Clutch, and appearances at festivals like Deathfest and Roadburn,, COC
joined with longtime producer John Custer in early 2011 to begin
recording what would be the band’s first release since 2005’s critically
acclaimed In the Arms of God, which featured Stanton Moore of Galactic
on the drums filling in for an injured Mullin. COC recorded all 11
tracks at Dave Grohl's Studio 606 in Los Angeles with help from Foo
Fighters' engineer John Lousteau.
During the sessions, Custer commented on COC’s uncanny ability when in the studio to “behave as a single organism.”
Corrosion of Conformity was officially released on February 28, 2012,
with artwork that features a revamp of the band’s iconic spiked-skull
logo by Seldon Hunt (Melvins, High on Fire). Critics and fans alike have
greeted it warmly.
“Corrosion of Conformity not only brings back one of heavy rock’s most
seminal and defining bands, but it pushes that band into new ground it’s
never yet known,” observed The Obelisk. “The achievement is
substantial, the performances crisp, the production clear but organic,
but sure enough, these elements and the varied aesthetic of the band
come together to create something wholly stronger than its parts.”
Corrosion of Conformity is the band’s first release with Candlelight,
which has also hosted bands including Opeth and Orange Goblin.
“Animosity is one of my favorite records ever,” said Candlelight’s Steve
Beatty. “To have COC on Candlelight with that line-up is simply
The band plans to embark on a world tour starting in the United States
in March 2012, including three performances at this year's SXSW Music
Conference in Austin. Joining them for most of those U.S. dates will be
Torche, Valient Thorr and A Storm of Light—a lineup that Dean noted is
“really compatible without every band doing the same thing.” COC will
then head to Europe and the UK with Black Cobra and Zoroaster.
The original members of COC are excited to be working together again. BANDMEMBERS: Pepper Keenan - vocals, rhythm guitar
Woody Weatherman - lead guitar
Mike Dean - bass
Jimmy Bower - drums TRACKLIST: 01. These Shrouded Temples
02. Diablo Blvd.
03. Senor Limpio
04. King Of The Rotten
06. Who's Got The Fire
08. My Grain
09. Congratulations Song
10. 13 Angels - 7 Days
11. Vote With A Bullet
13. Long Whip - Big America
15. Clean My Wounds
Interviews INFO: Quality: DVD5
Format: DVD Video
Video codec: MPEG2
Audio Codec: AC3
Video: NTCS 4:3 (720x480) VBR
Audio: English (Dolby AC3, 6 ch) English (Dolby AC3, 2 ch) Disponible sólo a los usuarios
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